Loccitane products haul and review

*picture is mine*

A few weeks ago I purchased my first Loccitane En Provence products. I never intended to buy them, but I found myself glazing through one of their recently opened stores, and knowing that they are considered high end good products, I said why not?
I first looked through the nicely displayed bottles on the shelves. The perfumes you can sense there are amazing, and the products are so nicely packaged that it is literally hard not to touch them, feel them, smell them and try them. I wanted to but at least 10 products, but unfortunately, they are not very affordable products. So I asked the nice young lady in the store, what can I get that is not expensive. And she recommended me some travel size products, at a lower cost. After debating which ones to buy, I ended up buying 2 products: a bath salt pill and a bottle of foaming bath. The bath pill had a mint and sage scent, but I gave it to a friend of mine, so I will not review that.
I kept the foaming bath on the other hand, and it was amazing. The small bottle had 100 ml and it had lavender essential oil, originally cultivated in Haute Provence. Even though it was pricy, too, somewhere around 9 dollars, and it only had 100 ml, it kept me for about 7 baths, and I did not splurge on the quantity I put. It lathered so well, the bubbles were nice and fluffy, and they stayed through the whole bath.
Overall, I would repurchase this for the great scent and smell, even though at the bubbles category, it is the same as regular products.
I also got with these ones, two free samples: Regard Radieux - eye roll and an ultra mat fluid. Even though I only tried them once, they were ok (I liked the mat fluid better).

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